Her new look consists of fiery red hair and a whole lot ofbody ink. Pair that with a crop top, some cut-off shorts and Doc Martens likeshe’s done, and you’ve got one edgy vibe. Especially since we’re used to long black locks and minimal glam, this look is extremely different than what we’ve become accustomed to seeing from her, but it’s nothing she can’t pull off.
This actress is making some major commitments for her latestrole. Not only has she switched up her signature hairstyle, but she also justdebuted some major ink. But, are Ariel Winter’s tattoos real? According to Teen Vogue, the tats are temporary andall apart of the look for her character in DogYears.
She’s rocking bold makeup and even (likely) faux piercings,which is most definitely a departure from her signature simplistic style. Buthey, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do for her career, and this movie role is definitely a good move for her. Plus, it’s nice to try out some tatstemporarily before ever getting inked for real, if you ask me. A little experimentationnever hurt nobody, and by the looks of it, Winter is living her best life as atatted up redhead. And I’m loving every minute of it. Can’t wait to see herkill it in this film!
Actual day 1 with Burt ❤️ #film #set #dogyears
She’s not on the set of Modern Family anymore!
A nose piercing, too? We’re seeing a lot of firsts for this girl.
Night shoots and nose rings #film #set #dogyears #red
Is this a dramatic makeover or what?
Just for comparison, see Winter with before the transformation.
Her red hair was quite the change, but was nothing she couldn’t pull off.
Me set baes #film #set
But, this takes it a step further.
TBH, this edgier style suits her. Sleek and simple or bold and daring. Take your pick because she’s got both down pat.